Winter 2022

The new building will house teaching labs for biology, chemistry, environmental science and the Marine and Coastal Sciences Program
Emily Pieracci’s passions for veterinary medicine and public health send her to the front lines of the world’s outbreaks.
Western’s Anatomy and Physiology Lab opens up new learning opportunities for students
Chris Witherspoon explains why advertising and PR execs must take on systemic racism
After a brilliant career on the basketball court, Mo Anderson left Western months before graduation. But he was far from done.
“Nancy Holt, Between Heaven and Earth” follows Holt’s artistic path to create her important site-work on Western's campus.
WWU alum leads a business that optimizes supply chains in thousands of grocery stores
New grads are in high demand
Times of crisis heighten the opportunity to bring out the best in us.
Regina G. Barber is the Scientist in Residence for 'Short Wave.'
Whatcom County’s recent floods illustrated the vulnerability of small, rural businesses when disaster strikes.
'I invite you to engage with us as we partner with the University on these two transformational projects.'
Fred Wilson's 'A Moth of Peace' and 'The Way the Moon’s in Love with the Dark' now both hang in the Viking Union.
The barbers in the VU knew what was on our minds

Class Notes

Suzi Harrod - 1972

Class Note
Gary, B.A., English and Suzi Harrod, BAE, ’72, history-secondary, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Oct. 9, 2021.

Aaron Pritchard - 1997

Class Note
Aaron Pritchard, B.A., Fairhaven interdisciplinary concentration, was recently named chief of staff for the Port of Seattle commission.

Beatrice A. Gilfilen - 1972

Beatrice A. Gilfilen, ’72, BAE, home economics, and Robert Jewell, on Oct. 3, 2021, in Bellingham. Mrs. Jewell writes that she and her new husband started first grade together, graduated high school together in 1946 and are now in their 90s.